Public IP "Passthrough" on Cisco 1751
Posted on 2005-03-28
We have a vendor who is setting up a kiosk at our location and they require internet access to the unit. There is a PC and an IP printer in the kiosk which are connected to a Cisco 831 VPN router. Our T1 terminates into a Cisco 1751 and we were hoping to use our existing bandwidth to provide connectivity for the kiosk, but I'm not sure how to make it happen.
The kiosk company's tech configured the VPN router to use one of our public IP addresses of 216.x.x.28 /28 with the same default gateway as we do for our internet access (216.x.x.17 /28) with 10.240.53.0/29 for the LAN side of the router.
We have a very basic configuration for our 1751 with 192.168.1.0 /24 for our LAN subnet. I will provide specific details if required...
My question is: How can I get all internet traffic directed at 216.x.x.28 /28 to route directly to the VPN router? Thank you so much for your assistance!